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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 May 1910

TltK WKATHKR On 'Wednesday fair and cooler weather will prevail, with light westerly winds, and on Thursday fair to partly cloudy. If C K" C JP T C If K jC IT K" J tf JO K Seml-Wcckly Founded k 11908 V; Weekly Founded, 1844 ,o,K,K,J',K,KKct k Wayne County Organ j of the EP,jfSiCAN PARTY j j alPI j j jt jc J 67th YEAR. HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1910. NO. 37 cs Mm DOST EXPOSITION New York 1913 Fair Stirs Banqueters' Enthusiasm. ALL STATES ARE REPRESENTED. Speakers Approve Proposed Celebra tion of Settlement by Dutch of Manhattan Island Mr. Clews Tells of Advantages. New York, May 10, At a brilliant banquet, nt which nearly every state In the Union was represented, the world's fnir in New "ork in 1013 In commemoration of (he settlement by the Dutch of Manlmttau Island In 1C13 was enthusiastically discussed last night. Henry Clews, the hanker, who is chairman of the citizens' world's fair committee, In introducing the toast master, Mayor AY 111 hi in J. Gaynor, gave ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 May 1910

THB CITIZEN, WEDN'KSDAY, MAY 11, 1010. r ROOSEVELT HIS 1! BACK TO CIVILIZATION REPORTERS NOT PLEASED Talking Aliout Matters in Kilrope Mr. itnosf'vcll Is lleitiR Cartooned a (Jicat Deal In the Olil World. Special to The Citizen For the llrst time in a year Mr. Roosevelt has dressed himself In a black coat and silk hat, and tho European world, like a gaping Soud anese village, has been standing round to watch the process. As soon as he came within accessable distance tho reporters swarmed after him and now every word is caught and print ed In a scorp of Europenn papers. The newspapers on this side arc printing , ''colums about him. In Rome, Jiondon, Paris nnd elsewhere his owh story of his hunting exploits Is being reproduced with the plct uroS familiar to American magazine readers. But the European journals jfire learning what tho American newswrlters found out long ago, that where tho ex-l'rcsldent happens to be there is always good copy to bo found, and that tho strenuous Col onel...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 May 1910

TI1K CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1010. TOWANDA 18 DELIGHTED Tovvomln Dnlly Review's Account of tlio Purchase of One of Our Industries. Towanda has Becurcd a now In dustry which will give employment to between 70 and 80 people at good jvages. A deal was consummated recent ly whereby a number of Towanda capitalists tako over the plant and good will of tho Wayne Cut Glass Company, Incorporated, an establish ment which has boon doing business at Honesdale for tho past seven years. J. S. Brown, president of tho com pany, accompanied by Prod P. Lee, superintendent of the plant, nrrlvcd In Towanda on tho Black Diamond Wednesday evening, and half an hour later Mr. Brown and tho Towanda capitalists had come to terms, papers were executed and Mr. Leo given in structions to get ready for business In the new location. Tho Tracy shoo factory building which was recently vacated by tho Seneca Silk company, which is now located in its magnificent now homo on Plank Road street, has been lead ed for ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 May 1910

THK CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1010. THE CITIZEN rUBLISIIKD KVKRT WEDNESDAY AND fBIDAf BY IIIK CITIZEN rUnUBIIt.NO COHrANY. Kntered as serond-clnss matter, nt tho post olllce. Uoncsilale. l'n. SUBSCRIPTION .'. $1.50 K, 15. 1IAKDKN1IICHOII. - l'.llESIDKNT W. W. WOOD. MANAQUK AND SKC'Y DIRECTOR!! C. H. DORFUNOER. M. B. ALLEN. II KURT WILSON. E. B. HARDENBEHCllt. W. W. WOOD. ' WEDNESDAY, MAY 1 1, 11)10. When you hear people speak of tho "Pittsburg Pirates" they have refer ence to the baseball team and not to the councilmcn and bankers of that elty. "The King Is dead; long live the King!" King Edward nscended tho throne nine years ago, and it was thought that on account of his previous life of pleasure-seeking, etc., that he would bo n dismal fail ure, but he proved himself a King of Kings nnd one of the most tactful sovereigns the world ever knew. Now .another Prince of Wales ascends the throne and ngnln there are sighs, mutterings and dark prophecies as to Great Britain's future. Alt...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 May 1910

niE C1T1ZKN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1J, 1010. 1 CENT A WORD COLUMN AVANTK.D A girl for general house Work. Good homo to the right party. Apply to C. C. Lozier, Aldcn villo. Pa. tf. AUCTION SALK I will sell at my residence on Enst street on Saturday, May 14th, at 1 o'clock p. m. the fol lowing household furniture': Three bedroom suits, chiffonier with look ing glass with each suit, cot bed com plete, dining room chairs and exten sion table, sewing tnble, Invalid's table, dresser, desk, book case, threo stands, carpets, looking glasses, clock, sewing machine, wash tubs, wringer, dishes, kitchen utensils, lawn mower, bed springs, mattresses, and other things too numerous to mention. BenJ. Gardner. Credit given to good parties. A. O. Blake, Auctioneer. 3iit2. HOW will you trado sewing ma chines? You can trado with Mc Intyre. 3GeoI2 1'IAXO TUNING 1 will bo in Honesdale, May 9th to 13th. Or ders by postal card, caro Hotel AVnyne, promptly attended to. Sam. S. Wlnt. 34t4 F( SAIjK House containing ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 May 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1010. FOR THE CHILDREN The Right of Road. In somo countries the rule of the road requires foot pnssongers to keel) to tho right nnd horsemen nnd vehicles to keep to the left. Some years ngo a learned Justice looked Into tho mutter niid thus explained it: "Tho foot tmvetcr." he observed, "In ancient times passed to tho right In order that tho shield which was car ried on tho loft urm might c Inter posed to ward off a treacherous blow, whllo tho right arm, or tho sword arm, was left free action. Horsemen, on tho other hand, were accustomed to wearing suits of mall for the pro tection of their bodies, and It was be lieved that there was greater safety In having tho arm nctlvcly employed In defense and attack near to the ene my than to have to strike nt him across tho horse's neck; hence the horseman passed to tho left, and ve hicles were naturally required to do tho same." This seems like a plausible reason, but In tho United States It has been considere...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 May 1910

TIIB CITIZEN, WHI)NIC81)AY, MAY 11, 1010. T Told by Justice Brewer. Mnny aro tho Incidents of Justico Brewer's llfo now being related. Ills fondness for upholding tho virtues of tho pooplo of tho west was illustrated by many of these Ono of the stories Justico Brewer was so fond of telling was need by him to show high regard for tho law In Kansas. Justico Browcr related that a Justico 'of tho peace owned a farm In Kansas that bordered on Missouri. One day tho Justico was sitting on n fence, built directly on tho state line, superintend ing some work his son and a farm hand were doing. The son and his "GENTLEMEN, I COMMAND TOU TO PESI8T." companion engaged In a dispute which ended In a fist fight Tbo Justice of the peace, Justice Brewer would ex plain, watched tho encounter for a few minutes and then shouted in a loud voice: "Gentlemen, In tho name of the law of tho state of Kansas and by virtue of my authority I command you to desist" "Just then tho rail broke," continued Justice Br...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 May 1910

THK OITIZBN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1010. )0000OOO0OOOO0O0XXXOOOOOO0OCXX00O(XXK)00O0OO0OOOO0O0O A CHAT WITH OUR NEIGHBORS CXXX00CXXXXGOOOCKO00O0CXXX90OOOO0O0OOOO0O0OOCXXXX0O0C ALDENVILLE. Mr. C. K. Martz, of the firm of Marts: & Fisher, wagon builders, of Paxlnos, I'a., with his daughter Clara, Is visiting nt tho home of his niece, Mrs. William D. Watkins. Mrs. Carl nowen is visiting at the home of M. D. Fitze. William Fitzo of Newark N, .1., is also visiting there. C. C. Lozler is moving into his re cently purchased house. Mrs. Colo and son, Clarence, have moved into one side of G. II. Knnpp's new house. G. G. Wilmarth is finishing paint ing his building, getting ready for tho sale of cut glass to be held by tho Clinton Cut Glass Co. In Wll mnrth's Hall, on May 14th. A baseball game was played be tween East Honesdale and Alden vlllo last Saturday. The game was a tie at the end of the tenth inning with a score of 7 to 7. The first number of the program of the Clinton High school wil...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 May 1910

f THK WI3AT1IKH FHdny cloud to pnrtly cloudy nnd slightly cooler weather will prcvnll, with locnl rnln and fresh vnrlablo winds. xf ? tf :C JC JC if tf K K t? K K k Semi-Weekly Founded ' 1908 5 X K K" 1? Jf T K K K X" JT JC K k Wnync County Organ .J4" or the tf REPUBLICAN IsflRTY imen J Weekly Founded, 1844 ' s -s .s u'KSS j jt O S s a tJ7th YEAR. HONE SD ALB, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1910. NO. 38 KILL HUE' BILL Governor's Primary Meas ure Lost at Albany. DEBATE LASTED UNTIL NIGHT. Meade-Phillips Substitute For Hln-man-Green Law Triumphs In House. Reformers Lacked Nine Votes. Ends Fight This Session. Albany, N. Y May 12. novcrnor Hughes' direct noiulnatlons bill, intro duced by Seuntor Illinium and Assem blyman Green, which abolishes the party convention, was killed In the assembly last night after a nine hour debate by a vote of 07 to 77. The bill lacked nine votes of passing, seventy-six votes being required. The bill was killed beyond resurrection again in the assembly thi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 May 1910

THE CITIZEN. l'MDAY, MAY in, 1010. HBUmCTbE BID. Fate of Railroad Bill Will Bo Soon Known. REGULARS ARE STILL HOPEFUL WILLIAM i;. VANDERB1LT American Millionaire's Race Horse Wins Prix dos Cavalier. Senate, Busy Today With Speechmak ing, Is Not Expected to Act, but House Will Take Final Vote. Aldrich Returns. Washington, Mny 10. Kepnhlicnn lenders of tlio senate nre "tukluc stock" on the railway lilll, anil they feel very much encouraged that nfter the house has acted on the bill now pcndlUK nt that end of the capital that the senate organization will be able to put through n in en mi re that will be acceptable. A conference was held In the room of Senator Aldrich, who has returned to AVashhiBton and desired to know just what program hnd been made In his absence In the direction of an agreement. Senator Hoot was tit the conference and expressed the hope that a vote might be reached before Mny 21, as he expects to leave on that day for Kurope. It Is slgnlllcant as to when the leaders...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 May 1910

TIIK CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MAY 1010. SUUNBYBDBCLARS Doctor, Going Home, Finds Two Servants Dead. EVIDENCE OF HARD CONFLICT. Aged Woman Victim Had Been In tlia Phyiloian'a Employ Forty Years. Dead Butler Hindoo Crime of Thieves Money Missing. New York, Mny 10. Miss Mariana Mechnes, wlio lmtl been hoiiHokeepeV In the home of Dr. Mott IX Cnnnon, nt 131 "West One Hundred nnd Twenty second street, for forty yenrsnnd Wil limn Rccinmi, 11 Hindoo, who went to work on Saturday aa butler, were found badly beaten and' Phot to death In the house Into yesterday afternoon when Dr. Cannon returned from limit ing calls. About $200 was misslnv from a dresser In Dr. Cannon's room. Krom the facts nt hand last night the police concluded that the housekeeier and butler had been killed by Jmrglarx Miss Mechnes, who was slxty-ni i years old and frail, was found !!:. -. the front parlor. Sfio had been slim through the mouth, the bullet fjillttliu her faleo teeth and llnally falling to the lloor, near where she ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 May 1910

THE CITIZEN, I'MDAY, MAY Jfl, 1010. THE CITIZEN rUBLISIIED KVKRV WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY I1Y THE CITIZEN rt)I1L18I!INO COMrANY. Knlcred as iwontl-clnBS inntter. at the post olllcc. Honbsdale. l'a. SUBSCRIPTION 11.60 K, l HARDKNBKHOII. - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - - MANAGER AND SKC'Y directors: C U. DORrUNOER. Mi II. ALIEN. HENRY WILSON. V. R. HARUENIIERail. W. W. WOOD. Kit I DAY, MAY lit, KHO. Only wind Is needed to spread rumors but for relintile news you must read The Citizen. Evorv community should enact laws to protect Itself ngalnst the "outsider" who brings troublo and strife Into Its homes and factories. Wo feel sorry for the misguided workman who allows himself to be hypnotized by the smooth-tongued stranger, who strips him of his In dependence and makes him his vas sal. The glass cutting manufacturers say that the latch string of their fnc tory door is on the outside to be used by any workman who is willing to work for the mutual benefit of him self and proprietor. One of our goo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 May 1910

niE CIT1ZKN, KK1DAY, MAY in, 1010. CENT A WORD COLUMN ioieiiet9iema3i WANTED A kitchen girl nt Ho tel Wnyne. 38t3. ANYONE DESIRING WORK dono with tho Vacuum Clcnncr should notify mo before putting machine nwny for the summer. CHARLES THOMAS. It LOST Ladles' Black Lynx Cnpe with tnlls and head. Return to tho Allen House and get reward. 2t. WANTED A girl for general house work. Good homo to the right party. Apply to C. C. Lozlor, Alden vllle. Pa. tf. AUCTION SALE I will sell at my residence on East street on Saturday, May 14th, at 1 o'clock p. m. tho fol lowing household furniture: Three bedroom suits, chiffonier with look ing glass with each suit, cot bed com plete, dining room chairs and exten sion table, sewing tnble, Invalid's table, dresser, desk, book case, three stands, carpets, looking glasses, clock, sewing machine, wash tubs, wringer, dishes, kitchen utensils, lawn mower, bed springs, mattresses, and other things too numerous to mention. BenJ. Gardner. Credit given to good p...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 May 1910

THE CITIZEN, FIUMAY, JIAt 1, 1010. HINTS FOR THE BUSY HOUSEWIFE Embroidery Hoop That Saves Wear on Fabrics. i Tlio merit of the embroidery lioop 11 lustrnteil nbove la that the two rliifrs aro quickly ami easily separated, and that without exerting any pressure on the fabric between thcui. The Inner ring Is solid, as Is usual, but the outer one has n segment out and Is joined by a strip, of metal bowed outwardly so as to form a spring. By pressure of the thumb on this spring the outer ring is widened and remov ed without any strain on the cloth be tween the two. Often this cloth is of such a tine texture that the rubbing of It between the hoops causes tears or at least spoils the wenve. A wo man who has put weeks or even months on a line piece of embroidery will appreciate the advantage of hav ing a pair of hoops that eliminate the danger of having her work damaged at the last moment. Codfish Soup. One-half turnip, one or two parsley roots (or leaves If not roots) and three onions. ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 May 1910

T1IK CITIZKN, Fill DAY, MAY 1.1, 1010. . Cherub Copyright, CHAPTER XIII. WHAT would have been tho emotions of Cherub Devine could he have known that tho Countess Vccchl had ris en before the sun was fairly up for tho purpose of Interviewing his pris oner? Tho Countess Vccchl was beginning to wish that she hadn't come, after all. Who could say what sort of prisoner she might bo on the point of rousing? A man who was Cherub Do- "HELIX), HELLO !" CALLED TUB COUNTESS. vine's rival 'for some woman's affec tions, so her father had as good as said, but she could not believe that now. Perhaps the man was a crim inal or a dangerous lunatic. The count ess shrank away from the padlocked door and glanced anxiously about It might have been wiser to have waited until later and then Insisted upon Tim mtns coming with her. But, no, she felt that she wanted no witnesses to this Interview. Suppose her father's version should be correct? Tho countess lifted a determined chin and stepped, brlsltly up t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 13 May 1910

the citizen, emuay, mav in, imo. 0(&GQOOQOOQOOOQOQOQQQQXXXXX2QQGQQQaOQeQaQQOQQOQQCQOQQ UH NEIGHBORS OOCOCOCCOGOOCXJOODGOaOOOOOOOCXX) LAKEVILLE. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Shcoley aro entertaining their son, Wnller, and family, from Port Jcrvls this week. Mrs. Marlon James of llohemln, Pa., visited Mrs. A. Goblo and La fayette James recently. Miss Nellie Welsh recently spent a couple of days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Welsh. Mrs. Dann Smith, son Alexander, Mrs. A. Goble, nnd granddaughter, Vlrgie, recently spent a time with Rev. and Mrs. W. Walker at Nar rowsburg. Lewis Cohen is In New York City on business. Mrs. J. N Stephens attenden the wedding of her youngest daughter, Ethel, to John Detsel of Scranton, on Wednesday, April 27th, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gulger at that place. Born, to Mr and Mrs. John Crone r day, a daugh- Ha'iVley, d to her IIU la Olfl- O, O. F Lodge of Lake- vllle. Mr. and Mrs. John Bishop are en tertaining their daughter, Mrs. Chas. naushmeir, of H...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 May 1910

K K" lC K ? J tP tr JO C C 0 K K tC I? Scml-Wcekly Founded 1908 ,J,'?",oc,JC'lOK, Wayne County Organ 5 of the REPUBLICAN PARTY 1 J Weekly Founded, 1844 j .5 Jt J J t 0 5 ,S J Jt s!t & & 67th YEAB. PASTOR FOB HI. Episcopal Rector Resigns to Fight Prohibition. CHURCH PEOPLE ARE SHOCKED Rev. Dr. Watson Calls Opponents Blas phemers Dryness an "Orgy of Hy pocrisy and Lawbreaklng" Will Be a Devotee of "Wet" Crusade. i have it signed by a majority of tho Rlvcrhead, N. Y., May 17.-Through- people who own property fronting ut Long Island and perhaps elsewhere 011 te Vark berro urging the town thurch people arc today deeply shock- council's action The property own .... .. , " . . ers facing Central Park purchased ed by the sensational re iremei.t from ther o ma, becnuso of ,tg flie pulpit of lNv. Dr. llllam A. as- locatlon t0 the IJark anU to destroy son, which came like tho bursting of a the Park WOuld to some extent de- bonibshcll, although the preacher's I stroy tho value of their ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 May 1910

TOTS OITIZKN, WKDNBSDAY, MAY 18, 1910. THE I GRANGE FACTS II FEW LIS TREATMENT OF FALSE HAIR. "LA8T 81QH MOOR." ANOTHHIt I'LAOUE OV IilCH. Tho following la n sample of many letters, In rcgnrd to tho appearance of plant lice on vegetables, received nt the Dlvisron of Zoology of tho Pennsylvania Department of Agri culture: "We are having a 'plague of lice' In this section. A small, green louse Is killing our potatoes, tomatoes, radishes and other vegetables. The lice cling to the under sides of the leaves, and some leaves aro entirely covered. 1 sprayed tho potatoes with Bordeaux mixture and Paris green, nnd also dusted them with air-slaked lime, but to no purpose. Coll oil cnlulslon seems to kill them when applied directly to the under surface of the leaves, but that, of course, Is too tedious an operation to be prac ticable. Can you suggest anything to help us out?" To this State Zoologist Surface re plied as follows: "I beg to state that the plant llco of which you write are suckin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 May 1910

THE CITlZKtf, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1010. THE VALLEY OF DEATH THE MUMMIES AND DONKEY HOYS. Special to The Citizen I have just returned from n Bhort excursion into the Valley of Death, nt Thebes, whero the royal mummies of Egypt's klngB were found. Con sidering the heat and dust, it would not ho inappropriate to quote the rest of the poet's lino and say, "Backi from the mouth of hell." This Is the land of summer heat, never moderated by showers. All signs of our own familiar temper ate zone aro far behind. There Is even a difference between this and Cairo, whore, the thermometer had been above 100 degrees a week be fore wo arrived. We were COO miles nearer the equator, and we could distinctly feci the difference. The grounds of the hotel were an earth ly paradise. Palms towered above the garden, while flowers and turtle doves completed the tropical plct-' ure. Roses, hlbiacus, oleanders, pomgranates and cannas were the! only flowers I could Identify, but there were a dozen more varietie...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 May 1910

THK CITIKKN, WHI)NKHI)AY, MAY 18, 1010. THE CITIZEN rUBl.IflllF.D KVKBY WEDNESDAY AND KIUDAY BV THK CITIZES rOnUBIIIKa COMPANY. Entered ns second-clnss matter, at the post nlUcc. lloncstlnle. l'a. Thn editor of the independent con siders 'bur exposure of 1ib grafting unkind and ungcntlcmanly. lie evi dently belldvcs ho has tho dlvlno right to vlolnto any of tho-ten com mandments with Impunity. SUBSCRIPTION 11.60 K. H. IIAKDENHEKG1I, - PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAUEH AND SKC'V DIREtTonB! C. H. DORrt.tNOKR. M. H. ALLEN. HXKRY WILSON. K. n. 11 AIIDENDKRQII. W. W. MOOD. WKDNKSDAY, MAY 18, 1010. It. V. 1IAIXKS. The taxpayers )f Wayne county are anxiously nwiilliiig your answer to Uio clmrno mndo by this paper that you knowingly mid deliberately over- rhnrKcd and collected from the coun ty treasurer nearly 400 per cent, more for printing ballots than you should havo done. This Is a herlous innttcr, Mr. Haines, and one that the Grand Jury inny take Into consldeni tlon. Your notice of this ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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